Cooked Meat

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Cooked Meat
Cooked Meat.png
Sates your hunger and provides health while being digested. Wild carnivores will eat it, but prefer raw meat.
Type Meat
Food +20.0
Health +8.0
Spoils in 20m
Spoils to Spoiled Meat.png Spoiled Meat
Weight 0.1
Stack size 30
Decomposes in 2m
Item ID 14
Spawn Command
cheat giveitemnum 14 1 0 0
cheat GFI cooked 1 0 0
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/Consumables/PrimalItemConsumable_CookedMeat.PrimalItemConsumable_CookedMeat'" 1 0 0
Crafting XP 0 XP
Used to craft 13 items
Crafted in Campfire.png Campfire
Industrial Grill.png Industrial Grill
Phoenix.png Phoenix
Resources breakdown

Cooked Meat is a food item in ARK: Survival Evolved. It can be obtained by cooking Raw Meat at a Campfire.png Campfire or Industrial Grill.png Industrial Grill. It takes approximately 20 seconds to craft 1 Cooked Meat at a campfire.[1]

Usage[edit | edit source]

If eaten by a survivor, Cooked Meat replenishes 20 points of food and 8 points of health. Eating cooked meat promotes health and stamina regen.

It can also be used for taming any Carnivore. Cooked Meat replenishes the same 50 food as regular Raw Meat.png Raw Meat to a dino being tamed, but it is not advised to use Cooked Meat for taming, as Raw Meat is twice as effective.

When fed to a tamed creature, replenishes 25 units of food and 10 points of Health.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Cooked Meat is an ingredient in different cooking Recipes.

Cooked Meat can also be made into Cooked Meat Jerky.png Cooked Meat Jerky by putting it together with Oil.png Oil and Sparkpowder.png Sparkpowder in the Preserving Bin.png Preserving Bin. It takes 36 minutes to turn the meat into jerky.

It is also used as an ingredient for making Kibble.png Kibble.

Spoil times[edit | edit source]

ContainerSpoiling Time
Human.png Player Inventory 20m
Trike.png Tamed Dino 1h 20m
Preserving Bin.png Preserving Bin 3h 20m
Refrigerator.png Refrigerator 1d 9h 20m

For more information, see Spoilage.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. As of version 180.04